The V-Tizer series is a line of affordable, professional-quality cards for multi-format capture, streaming, and IP-TV
applications. This powerful solution allows you to implement 24/7 digital content broadcasting over the Internet.
PCI or USB Based Solutions
Our PCI cards and USB devices are specifically designed for professional multimedia broadcasting applications, supporting
scheduling, multi-layer titling, logo insertion, switcher, mixer, and 24-hour playout. Since all base hardware units are optimized for
software applications, the reliability of a configured system is guaranteed for industrial use.
Beyond Capture Cards
All base V-Tizer series hardware units are powerful and flexible solutions for media professionals. The VT300
card, one of the most reliable multi-function boards designed to support Internet Broadcasting, contains a multi-channel switcher and
mixer chips as well as a hardware chroma keying module. Its versatility allows users to create even an entry-level 2D virtual studio.
The board also enables two-channel simultaneous capture.
Multi-Channel System with Broadcast Control
For implementing 24-hour Internet Broadcasting with minimal manpower,
we recommend the VT300 capture card without TV
output for IP-based streaming. It supports all features available in our broadcast-level software, VT OnAir. (Customers can refer to
the specifications data on the Comparison Chart when selecting a base hardware unit.) The required video input and output
information, along with the number of supporting channels, may determine the board selection. Multi-channel solutions can also be
built by inserting additional cards into a PC.
Enhanced Dual Capture & Quality
Time-based-correction (TBC) technology is applied on VT boards to improve the capturing process and video quality. With TBC and a
built-in de-interlacer, users can broadcast the highest quality content over the Internet.
Communicating with External Devices
The VT boards are designed to communicate with
external devices through the basic breakout cables or
by adding breakout boxes. Additional breakout boxes
are needed to support multiple cards.